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A Study for effectiveness of School Doctor Program in Korean Medicine (한의학 교의 사업의 유효성에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Dong Su;Lee, Hye Lim;Sung, Hyun Kyung;Park, Sun Ju;Lee, Ju Ah;Ko, Jae-un;Park, Jae-Man;Choi, Suk-Hoon;Kim, Hyo-Sun;Go, Ho-Yeon
    • The Journal of Korean Medicine
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    • v.38 no.3
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    • pp.160-169
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    • 2017
  • Objectives: Health in adolescent is very important in the whole life. But, students in Korea are very busy and hard to care about their health. This study is aimed to effectiveness and safety of effectiveness of School Doctor program in Korean Medicine. Method: From august to december, 2015, Korean medicine association in Sungnam city conducted school doctor program for 12 middle and 8 high school. School doctor visitied 8 times and treat, lecture and consulting for students and teachers. The number of students participating in health lecture is 1,905. The number of students participating in the school project was 147 students in junior high school and 187 students in high school, totaling 334 students. Results: The overall satisfaction rate of students was very high (83.2%) for school doctor program in Korean medicine. 92.8% of respondents answered that they should continue to school doctor program in Korean medicine. Conclusions: We find that Korean medicine is suitable for the school doctor program. But this study have some limitations. Large-scale prospective study will be needed.

A Survey of Parents' Satisfaction on the Program by School Doctor of Korean Medicine (한의사 교의 사업에 대한 학부모의 만족도 조사 연구)

  • Park, Jeong-Su;Shin, Seon Mi;Go, Ho-Yeon;Lee, Seung Hwan;Kim, Dong-Su;Sung, Hyun Kyung
    • The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine
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    • v.32 no.3
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    • pp.55-61
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    • 2018
  • Objectives The study aimed to examine satisfaction of elementary school students parents' on the program by school doctor of Korean medicine. Methods The program by school doctor of Korean medicine has been conducted in 22 schools in Seoul since June 2017. The program includes Korean medicine health care lecture for the students, the teachers, and the parents, the diet management advice, smoking/drinking cessation, and sex education. The program was varied by schools. This study investigated the parents' satisfaction of the program by school doctor of Korean medicine by a survey. Results A total of 92 elementary school parents participated in the survey, 92.4% of the respondents answered that the school doctor program showed positive effects on students' health. Most of them replied positive regarding the health education about smoking cessation (82.5%). Also, the respondents were satisfied about overall health education from the program (89.1%), and improvements of the students' learning ability through regular health checkups (59.8%). Conclusions Parents who were participated in the program by school doctor of Korean medicine positively evaluated about the program. They also shared their expectations to the role of the school doctor of Korean medicine in improving student's immune system and health counseling for the students and the school faculty.

Study on the awareness of school doctor of Korean medicine in Middle School (중학생, 교사, 학부모 대상 한의사 교의 사업 인식도 조사)

  • Lee, Seung Hwan;Kim, Kyu Bum;Kim, Me-riong;Kim, Changsoo;Son, Hyoungwoo;Jang, Bo-Hyoung;Shin, Yong-Cheol;Ko, Seong-Gyu
    • Journal of Society of Preventive Korean Medicine
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    • v.21 no.3
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    • pp.51-63
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    • 2017
  • Objectives : The objective of this study was to establish the direction of school doctor of Korean Medicine. Methods : In 2017, 630 middle school students, 212 teachers, and 294 parents participated in the survey. Frequency analysis and Chi square were used for statistical analysis. Results : The students' perception was relatively high for school physicians, but parents and teachers were not as high as 71.6% and 72.3%, respectively. The students had the most education experience of 'drug abuse, smoking, alcohol prevention'. All students, teachers, and parents were selected as priority for "daily life and health" in the field of health education. 85.6% of students, 95.3% of parents, and 89.4% of teachers answered "helpful" and "very helpful" as health education by Korean medicine doctor. The students', teachers', and parents' wishes for health education by school doctor of Korean Medicine were 'good way to grow in health'. Conclusions : Middle school students, teachers, and parents are all interested in school doctor of Korean Medicine. They should find out what they want and need and reflect on the health education program of middle school students.

Survey on Korean Medicine Doctor Applying for School Doctor of Korean Medicine (한의사 교의 사업 활성화를 위한 사업 신청 한의사 대상 설문조사)

  • Park, Jeong-Su;Shin, Seon Mi;Go, Ho-Yeon;Lee, Dong-Nyung;Kim, Dongsu;Lee, Seung Hwan;Hwang, Keon Soon;Sung, Hyun Kyung
    • Journal of Society of Preventive Korean Medicine
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    • v.23 no.3
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    • pp.31-39
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    • 2019
  • Objectives : The study aimed to investigate the satisfaction, reasons for the progress, and the advantages of the school doctor of Korean Medicine (SDKM) program in the applied Korean Medicine doctors. Methods : The school doctor of Korean Medicine (SDKM) program has been conducted in 21 schools in Seoul since March 2018. The program was varied by school, included the introduction of Korean Medicine, sex education, and anti-smoking/drinking session. This survey was conducted as a paper-based questionnaire after the SDKM. Results : The SDKM results evaluation was better in the Korean doctors who applied for SDKM. The factors for negative progression of SDKM were 'Bad cooperation of the schools', 'Lack of personal capabilities', and 'Lack of motivation'. The factors for the positive progression of SDKM were 'Good cooperation of the schools', 'Support of Seoul Korean Medicine Association'. The question of prerequisites for activation SDKM Program included 'Active cooperation of school', 'Expand teaching materials and programs', 'Support of Seoul Korean Medicine Association'. Conclusions : In order to activate the SDKM, it is necessary to cooperate with the schools, to support of Seoul Korean Medicine Association, and to expand the education program.

The Effect of Sex Education by School Doctor of Korean Medicine on Some Elementary School Students in Seoul (한의사 교의(校醫)가 진행한 서울소재 일개 초등학교 학생 대상 성교육 프로그램의 효과)

  • Lee, Seung-Hwan;Kim, Kyeong-Han;Kim, Dong-Il
    • The Journal of Korean Obstetrics and Gynecology
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    • v.29 no.1
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    • pp.53-68
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    • 2016
  • Objectives: This study is to identify the effect of sex education by school doctor of Korean medicine on elementary school students from fourth to sixth-grade. Methods: Eighty three students who received four sex eduction lectures by school doctor of Korean medicine were assigned as experimental group while 132 students who did not receive any sex education were assigned as control group. This study observed the changes in students’ sexual knowledge and sexual attitude before, after and three months after the sex education program. Results: Experimental group showed positive changes on sexual knowledge (male p=0.000, female p=0.046) and sexual attitude (male⋅female p=0.000). Three months after the conclusion of sex education program, the follow-up evaluation showed decline in effect of education, which suggests a need for continuous sex education. As students showed high level of satisfaction, we expect school doctor of Korean medicine can improve knowledge on health and further increase familiarity in Korean medicine by this kind of sex education Conclusions: Sex education by school doctor of Korean medicine for elementary school students from fourth to sixth grade has effectively changed sexual knowledge and attitude. Further, it is necessary to research the effect of sex education on elementary students over long-term period.

A Study of Teacher's Satisfaction Regarding Oriental Medical Doctor's Student Health and Wellness Program (한의학 교의사업 시범시행 후 교사들의 교의만족도에 관한 연구 - 성남시 중고등학교를 대상으로)

  • Kim, Dong-Su;Park, Jang-Kyung;Yang, Na-Rae;Lee, Ju-Ah;Lee, Hye-Lim;Ko, Jae-Un;Park, Jae-Man;Kim, Hyo-Sun;Choi, Suk-Hoon;Go, Ho-Yeon;Sung, Hyun-Kyung
    • The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine
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    • v.31 no.4
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    • pp.71-77
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    • 2017
  • Objectives This study aims to build the baseline data for school health care program by analyzing the questionnaires about satisfaction regarding Oriental Medical Doctor's (Korean Medicine) student health and wellness program. Methods The association of Korean medicine doctor in Sung-nam city conducted Oriental Medical Doctor's student health and wellness program for 12 middle schools and 8 high schools in Sung-nam from August to December, 2015. The participating Oriental Medical Doctor visited each school for 8 times during 5 months period, and conducted health consultations, health education classes and Korean medicine treatment for the school students and school employees. Teachers and administrators from the participating schools answered the self-reported satisfaction questionnaires and the satisfaction questionnaires results were analyzed. Results 85 people responded the program satisfaction questionnaires; 69% responders were very satisfied and 28% were satisfied about the program specifically about the student's health check-ups, informatory brochures for the parents, good participation enrollment process. Responders were pleased about doctor's consultations regarding 'Advising students about their general health', 'Ways to cure sick students fast', 'Providing students with useful information about health', and 'Teaching students how to manage their health in a good shape'. 92.94% of participants agreed to the needs of the school health and wellness program. Conclusions One of the fundamental national health policies is to provide students opportunities to maintain their good health. We have developed a successful pilot program called, "Oriental Medical Doctor's student health and wellness program". We got positive feedback from the participating school teachers regarding our program. Further studies based on this study are needed to show the benefit of the program to broaden its use.

A Study on the Effectiveness of Youth Smoking Cessation Education through the Program by School Doctor of Korean Medicine (한의사 교의 사업을 통한 소아청소년기 금연 교육의 효용성 연구)

  • Kim, Dong-Su;Sung, Hyun Kyung;Shin, Seon Mi;Go, Ho Yeon;Park, Jeong-Su;Lee, Seung Hwan;Park, Jang Kyung
    • The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine
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    • v.32 no.3
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    • pp.62-71
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    • 2018
  • Objectives Childhood & adolescence is the most crucial period in a lifetime to learn ability to maintain one's health even though this period usually has the least death rate or illness. Smoking is the one of the most common cause of one's death and illness, but can be avoidable. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of the smoking cessation education through the program by school doctor of Korean medicine. Methods In 2017, the Seoul metropolitan office of education and the Seoul Korean medicine association implemented the program by school doctor of Korean medicine including smoking cessation education for 2 elementary schools (470 students) and 3 middle schools (1,106 students). And we carried out questionnaire to 211 people (1 elementary school and 1 middle school) and analyzed the results. Results The score in regards to smoking knowledge, before and after education, was increased from 3.35 to 4.22. The score in regards to negative perceptions about smoking, before and after education, was increased from 17.62 to 18.08. Conclusions After the smoking cessation education through the program by school doctor of Korean medicine, participants were highly satisfied because their knowledge about the smoke was increased as well as negative perception of the smoke. Therefore, development and application of smoking cessation programs will be needed.

Characteristics and Working Status of Dual Medical License Holders having the Medical Doctor and the Korean Medicine Doctor license in Korea (의사.한의사 복수면허자의 특성 및 근무현황에 대한 조사 연구)

  • Choi, Byung-Hee;Han, Gyung-Yeon;Lim, Byung-Mook;Jeong, Min-Jeong;Yun, Young-Ju
    • Journal of Society of Preventive Korean Medicine
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    • v.15 no.1
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    • pp.117-130
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    • 2011
  • Objectives : This study was performed to investigate the status of dual medical license holders who have both the medical doctor (MD) and the Korean medicine doctor (KMD) license in Korea, and provide basic data for developing the cooperational strategy between conventional western medicine and traditional Korean medicine. Methods : The questionnaires on the general characteristics and working status were developed and administered for both dual license holders and medical students with MD or KMD license. The data of 187 persons were collected and analyzed. Results : Mean age of dual medical license holders is $42.28{\pm}6.54$ and most of them are male(86.0%). 75.2% of them obtained MD license first. However among the students who had MD or KMD license, 73.7% had KMD license. The mean time for obtaining the additional license was $10.11{\pm}4.905$ year. Forty nine dual license holders are opening both medical clinic and Korean medicine clinic. Conclusions : To promote the role of dual license holders for collaborating traditional Korean medicine and western medicine, developing an integrative medical curriculum should be enhanced, and the studies investigating the practice characteristics, and self-consciousness of dual license holders are required.

Survey on the Effect of Sex Lecture of Korean Medicine School Doctor in Elementary School (초등학생 대상 한의사 교의의 성교육 효과 설문조사)

  • Park, Jeong-Su;Sung, Hyun Kyung;Shin, Seon Mi;Go, Ho-Yeon;Lee, Seung Hwan;Hwang, Keon Soon
    • Journal of Society of Preventive Korean Medicine
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    • v.24 no.2
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    • pp.63-69
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    • 2020
  • Objectives : The study aimed to investigate the effect of sexual education by school doctor of Korean Medicine (SDKM) on elementary school student. Methods : SDKM has conducted sexual education for one session in two elementary school. The lecture included the puberty characteristics, physical changes and sexual harrassment. A survey including sex knowledges, sex perception, cognition and willingness to use of Korean Medicine was conducted before and after the session. Results : A total number of 379 participated the lecture, 379 and 351 participants replied the survey before and after the session, respectively. The sex knowledge was improved from 2.15 to 3.89. Positive responses were increased on sex perception. The level of favorability increased from 3.42 to 3.62, the willingness to use was improved from 2.66 to 3.16. The favorability and willingness to use was related significantly. Conclusions : The SDKM sex education program was effective on elementary school student.

A Cross-sectional Study of Pattern Identification in Adolescents - School doctor Program of Seongnam - city in 2017 (청소년들의 변증에 대한 단면조사 연구 - 2017 성남시 교의사업을 중심으로 -)

  • Lee, Dong-Nyung;Shin, Seon Mi;Park, Jeong-Su;Sung, Hyun Kyung;Go, Jae-Eon;Go, Ho-Yeon
    • Journal of Society of Preventive Korean Medicine
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    • v.23 no.2
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    • pp.101-115
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    • 2019
  • Objective : This study is aimed to application possibility and status of pattern identification in middle and high school students. Method : This study was cross-sectional study. We recruited 277 students through school doctor program of Seongnam city in 2017. Male students are 66 in middle school, 32 in high school. Female students are 117 in middle school, 62 in high school. For pattern identification, we used the tool of Qui Xui Shui pattern identification in students. Students fill questionnaires in inquiry of pattern identification and Korean medicine doctor diagnosis inspection and palpation of students. Results : Among 277 students, no pattern identification were 114(41.2%). It appeared in the order of phlegm, blood deficinecy, qi deficiency, qi stagnation and qi reversal. Qi deficiency, qi stagnation, qi reversal, blood deficiency and phlegm pattern are statistically significant by gender except blood stagnation. of 277 students, 105 (37.9%) had one more pattern identification. Conclusions : This study showed possibility of Qui Xui Shui pattern for student health management. In the future, large scale follow up study will be needed to clarify the relationship of pattern identification and student's health.